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Promotional image for the band's 2022 tour dates Location Worldwide Associated album Unlimited Love Start date June 4, 2022 ( 2022-06-04) End date September 25, 2022 ( 2022-09-25) (to date) Legs 2 No. of shows 16 in Europe 20 in North America 36 in total Website http://redhotchilipeppers.com/tour Red Hot Chili Peppers concert chronology • • The Getaway World Tour (2016–2017) • • 2022 Global Stadium Tour (2022) • • The 2022 Global Stadium Tour is an upcoming concert tour by American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers that will be in support of the band's twelfth studio album, Unlimited Love, which was released on April 1, 2022.

The tour will be the band's first in five years and their first in fifteen years with guitarist John Frusciante, who returned to the band in 2019.

The tour is scheduled to begin in Seville, Spain and tentatively conclude in Louisville, Kentucky; however more dates are expected. [1] [2] Contents • 1 Pre-tour promotional shows and performances • 2 Tour dates • 3 Songs performed • 3.1 Originals • 3.2 Cover songs (teases unless otherwise noted) • 4 Personnel • 5 Opening acts • 6 External links • 7 References Pre-tour promotional red hot chili pepper and performances [ edit ] The Chili Peppers performed a surprise show The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles on April 1, the day of the album's release.

It marked the band's first show since 2007 with Frusciante (they did perform a three song set, minus Chad Smith, on February 8, 2020 at a memorial service for a friend). [3] [4]The show saw the live debuts of "Here Ever After", red hot chili pepper Mouth Dance" and "Not the One" from Unlimited Love and George Clinton red hot chili pepper the band for " Give It Away".

[5]On the same day, the band appeared in pre-recorded performances (filmed on March 29 and 31) on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon where " Black Summer" made it's live debut [6]and on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where they performed " These Are the Ways" for the first time on the rooftop of The Hollywood Roosevelt hotel where the album cover and photos were shot, [7]On April 5 they appeared on The Howard Stern Show where they were interviewed and performed "These Are the Ways" along with two handpicked songs by Howard Stern, "Give It Away" and " Under the Bridge".

On April 7 they gave a special four song performance (with Frusciante on acoustic guitar) at Amoeba Music in Hollywood, CA. The performance included a cover of Black Flag's " Nervous Breakdown" which was last performed by the band in 2016. [8] [9]The band gave a surprise invite-only performance on April 14 at the Yaamava' Theater in Highland, CA for the opening of the Yaamava' Resort & Casino. They were the first to ever perform at the theater. This performance saw the live debut of "Whatchu Thinkin'".

[10]On May 1st the band performed at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, replacing the Foo Fighters who cancelled their appearance following the death of drummer Taylor Hawkins. The band closed the show with " By the Way" marking the first time the song closed a show since 2007. [11]The band will perform at the Billboard Music Awards on May 15. This will be their first time performing at the awards show since 1999. [12] SiriusXM launched the Whole Lotta Red Hot channel on April 1 and it was announced that an exclusive concert for subscribers would air on the channel later in the year.

[13] Tour dates [ edit ] [ citation red hot chili pepper List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening act, tickets sold, number of available tickets and amount of gross revenue Date City Country Venue Opening act Attendance Revenue Pre-tour shows/performances – North America March 29, 2022 New York United States NBC Studios [a] N/A March 31, 2022 Hollywood The Hollywood Roosevelt [b] N/A April 1, 2022 Fonda Theatre [c] N/A April 5, 2022 SiriusXM Garage [d] N/A April 7, 2022 Amoeba Music [e] N/A April 14, 2022 Highland Yaamava' Theater [f] N/A May 1, 2022 New Orleans Fair Grounds Race Course [g] N/A May 15, 2022 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena [h] N/A Leg 1 – Europe June 4, 2022 Sevilla Spain Estadio de La Cartuja Beck Thundercat – – June 7, 2022 Barcelona Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys Nas Thundercat June 10, 2022 Nijmegen Netherlands Goffertpark June 12, 2022 Bratislava Slovakia Tehelné Pole [i] N/A June 15, 2022 Budapest Hungary Puskás Aréna Nas Thundercat June 18, 2022 Florence Italy Visarno Arena [j] N/A June 22, 2022 Manchester England Emirates Old Trafford A$AP Rocky Thundercat June 25, 2022 London London Stadium Anderson .Paak & Free Nationals Thundercat June 26, 2022 TBA Thundercat June 29, 2022 Dublin Ireland Marlay Park Anderson .Paak & Free Nationals Thundercat July 1, 2022 Glasgow Scotland Bellahouston Park July 3, 2022 Werchter Belgium Festivalpark Red hot chili pepper [k] N/A July 5, 2022 Cologne Germany Müngersdorfer Stadion A$AP Rocky Thundercat July 8, 2022 Paris France Stade de France Anderson .Paak & Free Nationals Thundercat July 9, 2022 July 12, 2022 Hamburg Germany Volksparkstadion A$AP Rocky Thundercat Leg 2 – North America Red hot chili pepper 23, 2022 Denver United States Empower Field Haim Thundercat – – July 27, 2022 San Diego Petco Park July 29, 2022 Santa Clara Levi's Stadium Beck Thundercat July 31, 2022 Inglewood SoFi Stadium August 3, 2022 Seattle T-Mobile Park The Strokes Thundercat August 6, 2022 Paradise Allegiant Stadium The Strokes King Princess August 10, 2022 Atlanta Truist Park The Strokes Thundercat August 12, 2022 Nashville Nissan Stadium August 14, 2022 Detroit Comerica Park August 17, 2022 East Rutherford MetLife Stadium August 19, 2022 Chicago Soldier Field August 21, 2022 Toronto Canada Rogers Centre August 30, 2022 Miami Gardens United States Hard Rock Stadium September 1, 2022 Charlotte Bank of America Stadium September 3, 2022 Philadelphia Citizens Bank Park September 8, 2022 Washington, D.C.

Nationals Park September 10, 2022 Boston Fenway Park St. Vincent Thundercat September 15, 2022 Orlando Camping World Stadium The Strokes Thundercat September 18, 2022 Arlington Globe Life Field September 25, 2022 Louisville Kentucky Exposition Center [l] N/A • ^ This performance was pre-taped for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and aired on April 1.

• ^ This performance was pre-taped on the hotel's rooftop for Jimmy Kimmel Live! and aired on April 1. • ^ This performance was a surprise show to promote the album. • ^ This performance was for The Howard Stern Show. • ^ This performance was for fans who pre-purchased a limited edition Amoeba Music store version of their album. • ^ This performance was private for VIP guests and held for the opening of the Yaamava' Resort & Casino • ^ This performance is part of New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

• ^ This performance is part of Billboard Music Awards. • ^ This performance is part of Lovestream festival. • ^ This performance is part of Firenze Rocks festival. • ^ This performance is part of Rock Werchter. • ^ This performance is part of Louder Than Life festival.

Songs performed [ edit ] Originals [ edit ] Song Album "Nobody Weird Like Me" * Mother's Milk " Give It Away" * Blood Sugar Sex Magik " If You Have to Ask" * " Suck My Kiss" * " Under the Bridge" * " Californication" * Californication " Otherside" * " By the Way" * By the Way " The Zephyr Song" * " Can't Stop" * " Charlie" * Stadium Arcadium "Hey" * " Snow ((Hey Oh))" * " Tell Me Baby" * "Wet Sand" * "Aquatic Mouth Dance" * Unlimited Love " Black Summer" * "Here Ever After" * "Not the One" * " These Are the Ways" * "Whatchu Thinkin'" * Cover songs (teases unless otherwise noted) [ edit ] Song Artist " I Feel Love" * Donna Summer " Nervous Breakdown" * (entire song performed by full band) Black Flag " The Guns of Brixton" * The Red hot chili pepper " Your Song" * (sung by John) Elton John "What is Soul?" * Funkadelic • Performed at pre-tour shows and performances Personnel [ edit ] • Flea – bass, piano (on "Not the One"), backing vocals • Anthony Kiedis – lead vocals • John Frusciante – guitar, backing vocals • Chad Smith – drums, percussion Additional musicians • Chris Warren – keyboards, drum synthesizer, percussion • Samuel Bañuelos III – bass (on "Not the One") Opening acts [ edit ] • Anderson .Paak & Free Nationals (June 25 – July 1, July 8–9, 2022) • A$AP Rocky (June 4–15, June 22, July 5, July 12, 2022) • Beck (July 29–31, 2022) • Haim (July 23–27, 2022) • King Princess (August 6, 2022) • St.

Vincent (September 10, 2022) • The Strokes (August 03 – September 08, September 15–18, 2022) • Thundercat (June 4–15, June 22 – July 1, July 5 - August 3, August 10 – September 18) External links [ edit ] • RHCP Live Archive • Red Hot Chili Peppers References [ edit ] • ^ "Red Hot Chili Peppers Reveal 2022 Tour Dates With the Strokes, Haim, St.

Vincent, More". pitchfork.com. Retrieved October 7, 2021. • ^ "Red Hot Chili Peppers Announce 2022 Stadium Tour Plans With Wacky News Broadcast".

rollingstone.com. Retrieved October 7, 2021. • red hot chili pepper "Watch RHCP and John Frusciante Perform Live for the First Time Since 2007". exclaim.ca. Archived from the original on February 12, 2020. Retrieved February 9, 2020. • ^ "Listen to win tickets to an exclusive show with the Red Hot Chili Peppers". audacy.com. Retrieved April 1, 2022. • ^ "APRIL 01, 2022 The Fonda Theatre LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES".

rhcplivearchive.com. April 1, 2022. Retrieved April 2, 2022. • ^ "THIS WEEK'S GUESTS". nbc.com. Retrieved March 29, 2022.

• ^ "Jimmy Kimmel Live Schedule for the Week of 3/28/2022". abc.com. Retrieved March 26, 2022. • ^ "How to get tickets for Red Hot Chili Peppers at Amoeba Music in Hollywood". dailynews.com. March 30, 2022. Retrieved April 1, 2022. • ^ "RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS TO PERFORM TWO SONGS LIVE FOR UPCOMING STERN SHOW APPEARANCE".

howardstern.com. February 28, 2022. Archived from the original on March 6, 2022. Retrieved March 5, 2022. • ^ "RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS FIRST TO PERFORM AT ALL NEW YAAMAVA' THEATER". msn.com. April 15, 2022 red hot chili pepper. Retrieved April 15, 2022. • ^ "Red Hot Chili Peppers, Stevie Nicks, the Who Lead 2022 New Orleans Jazz Fest".

msn.com. April 8, 2022. Retrieved April 8, 2022. • ^ "Megan Thee Stallion, Latto, Red Hot Chili Peppers and More to Perform at 2022 Billboard Music Awards". msn.com. April 19, 2022. Retrieved April 19, 2022. • ^ "Red Hot Chili Peppers to Launch Exclusive SiriusXM Channel". ktla.com.

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Frontman Anthony Kiedis and bassist Flea have been the only red hot chili pepper throughout the band’s history. Over the years, they’ve recorded albums with five different guitarists and three different drummers, whether lineup changes were prompted by the tragic death of co-founder Hillel Slovak or his successor John Frusciante passing the baton to Dave Navarro or Josh Klinghoffer.

On April 1, Red Hot Chili Peppers are releasing their 12th studio album Unlimited Love, which reunites the band with Frusciante and the producer behind their most beloved albums, Rick Rubin.

So let’s take a look at where the new album ranks among the L.A. band’s era-defining smashes like Blood Sugar Sex Magik and Californication. 12. The Red Hot Chili Peppers (1984) The Red Hot Chili Peppers only had half of their founding lineup on board to record their debut album. Hillel Slovak and Jack Irons were otherwise engaged with their other band, What Is This?, which signed a record deal two weeks before RHCP did. So Anthony Kiedis and Flea recruited guitarist Jack Sherman and drummer Cliff Martinez to fill out the lineup and hired Andy Gill of British post-punk legends Gang of Four to produce.

Unfortunately, Gill’s production is surprisingly slick and toothless, lacking the edge of Gang of Four’s best self-produced albums. And while “Police Helicopter” and “True Men Don’t Kill Coyotes” are early stand-outs in the band’s catalog, there’s a palpable sense that their debut could’ve been far better with the right people in the studio. “The band is outrageous enough, though probably not the way it thinks it is,” wrote an unimpressed Red hot chili pepper Christgau.

11. The Getaway (2016) The Getaway was the second Red Hot Chili Peppers album with guitarist Josh Klinghoffer. It is the only album of the past 30 years produced by anyone besides Rick Rubin.

They enlisted Danger Mouse, who’s produced blockbuster hits by Gnarls Barkley, Gorillaz, and Beck, but is generally more comfortable manning a drum machine and sampler than recording a live band. Chad Smith’s kit had never sounded flat and thin like it does on The Getaway, which detracts from the otherwise lush, experimental textures on the album.

While “Goodbye Angels” and “Go Robot” feature some tasty slap bass, Flea seems inspired by his time away making a solo EP and joining Thom Yorke’s Atoms For Peace, playing more subtle melodic basslines throughout The Getaway.

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10. One Hot Minute (1995) When John Frusciante left Red Hot Chili Peppers for the first time in 1992, they were in the middle of a long stretch of worldwide touring in support of Blood Sugar Sex Magik. After a couple of temporary guitarists helped them finish the tour, the Chili Peppers drafted a big name to record the highly anticipated follow-up.

On paper, Dave Navarro was a perfect match. Jane’s Addiction and RHCP came up together on the same ‘80s L.A. scene with their own eclectic approaches to hard rock. But the new Chili Peppers unveiled on One Hot Minute were a little heavier and a little less funky, and the creative chemistry wasn’t quite what everyone expected. “Aeroplane” remains the band’s best bubblegum pop confection, and there are some interesting experiments like Flea’s lead vocal turns on “Pea” and the end of “Deep Kick.” But when Navarro left RHCP in 1998, One Hot Minute’s fate was sealed as an overpromoted, underwhelming chapter in the band’s history.

“ One Hot Minute finds them venturing further down pop’s path, sculpting their hyperactive musicianship into denser, more pointed soundscapes,” Chris Norris wrote in the SPIN review. 9. Freaky Styley (1985) The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ debut album had barely touched the charts, but things were trending up on Freaky Style. Hillel Slovak rejoined the band, and one of the band’s heroes, George Clinton, signed on to produce.

Freaky Styley is an intriguing look at the road not taken, with the Chili Peppers as close as they’d ever get to being a full-on funk band. They featured a horn section with Maceo Parker and Fred Wesley that bolstered covers of The Meters and Sly & The Family Stone.

There are also glimpses of Slovak’s deeply original approach to guitar, and songs like “Catholic School Girls Rule” that maintain the band’s punkier side. 8. By The Way (2002) Throughout By The Way, John Frusciante toys with doo-wop harmonies and pulls psychedelic textures from Mellotron, melodica, and modular synths.

In a comfortable groove after Californication, “The Zephyr Song” and “Midnight” are mellow delights from the prettiest Chili Peppers album.

But there’s still a hard rock edge to its biggest hits, “Can’t Stop” and the dynamic title track. “They swim around in the same inviting Southern California waters that inspired the Beach Boys, and discover that the incandescent hook can say as much as, if not more than, the testosterone-driven backbeat,” wrote Tom Moon in the Rolling Stone review.

7. Unlimited Love (2022) Unlimited Love is the first RHCP album with John Frusciante in over 15 years, and his unmistakable signatures are all over it, with inspired discordant shredding on “The Great Apes” and “Watchu Thinkin’” and even shared lead vocals with Anthony Kiedis on “The Heavy Wing.” But there are subtle surprises as well, from the piano ballad “Not the One” to the way “Bastards of Love” veers between synth-pop verses and a twangy country-fried chorus and a funk-rock bridge.

Unfortunately, a few of the 17 songs run light on inspiration, and on “One Way Traffic” it sounds like Anthony Kiedis is just free-associating about some of the duller aspects of getting older (“Friends got married, had them dogs/ Now they read those catalogs”).

Aptly titled, Unlimited Love is familiar and inviting, but not quite a comeback to the band’s creative peak. 6. I’m With You (2011) Red hot chili pepper second time John Frusciante stepped away from Red Hot Chili Peppers in 2009, they looked to their inner circle to take his place: Josh Klinghoffer, a collaborator and protégé of Frusciante who’d red hot chili pepper a touring member of the band since 2006. On the first day of rehearsals for I’m With You, Anthony Kiedis learned of the death of Brendan Mullen, a longtime friend of the band who’d helped the band early on as an L.A.

club promoter. The band soon began jamming and came up with “Brendan’s Death Song,” a standout late-period track that builds from an acoustic intro to a celebratory funeral march. The funky lead single “The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie” became the band’s record-setting 12th No. 1 song on Billboard’s Alternative chart (a record they still hold with 14 chart-toppers).

5. Stadium Arcadium (2006) When we talk about “double albums,” we’re usually talking about up to 80 minutes spread over two vinyl LPs. But relatively few bands have swung for the fences with a double CD of over two hours of music. And at 122 minutes, Stadium Arcadium is one of the longest blockbuster albums released by a major rock band, edging out Smashing Pumpkins’ Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness by less than a minute.

As double albums go, it’s not revelatory or experimental. But Stadium Arcardium’s sprawl allows the Chili Peppers to stretch their legs and do a bit of everything they do well, from the rustic southwestern twang of “Slow Cheetah” and “If” to the band’s best straight-up funk tracks since the early ‘90s, “Hump De Bump” and “Warlocks.” 4.

Mother’s Milk (1989) The bittersweet triumph of reaching new heights of commercial success with the first album after the death of a key member is something that only a few bands like AC/DC, Metallica, the Pretenders, and the B-52’s have experienced. Following Hillel Slovak’s fatal overdose in 1988, a grief-stricken Jack Irons left the band.

Anthony Kiedis and Flea slowly picked up the pieces, testing out new bandmates on tour. Eventually, they found two guys who had a long future ahead of them as Chili Peppers: the brilliant, mercurial 19-year-old guitarist John Frusciante, and the hard-hitting, unfailingly steady drummer Chad Smith. Mother’s Milk became RHCP’s radio breakthrough and the band’s first album to go Gold.

The band was increasingly become the new face of L.A. rock, saluting their hometown influences Fishbone, X, and Thelonious Monster in a collage of samples on the opening track “Good Time Boys.” The single “Knock Me Down” red hot chili pepper the melodic power of the new lineup while poignantly reflecting on the damage that drugs had done to the band. And the instrumental “Pretty Little Ditty” became a hit of sorts a decade later when sampled on Crazytown’s “Butterfly.” 3. The Uplift Mofo Party Plan (1987) Although several songs co-written by Jack Irons appeared on the band’s first two albums, The Uplift Mofo Party Plan is the only RHCP album with him on red hot chili pepper.

As the only studio document of the band’s founding lineup, it’s absolutely essential Chili Peppers. It features monster grooves like the evergreen live staple red hot chili pepper and My Friends.” Hillel Slovak’s creativity and versatility is on full display, including his most inspired guitar solo on “Backwoods,” vocoder on “Funky Crime,” and sitar on “Behind the Sun.” The latter belatedly reached the top 10 of Billboard’s Modern Rock chart when it was released as a single from the band’s What Hits!?

compilation in 1992. 2. Californication (1999) The fusion of rock and hip-hop that Red Hot Chili Peppers had pioneered for over a decade was a multi-platinum cottage industry by the late ‘90s. While RHCP’s reunion with John Frusciante on Californication yielded a few funky, hip-hop tinged jams like “Around the World” and “Get on Top,” the album became a blockbuster largely because the band’s mastery of melodic midtempo songs like “Scar Tissue,” “Otherside,” and the title track.

It’s Anthony Kiedis’s finest hour as a singer and lyricist (save for maybe his ode to a fling with Mel C. of the Spice Girls, “Emit Remmus”), and the best possible way the band could’ve ended the tumultuous decade that turned them into superstars. 1. Blood Sugar Sex Magik (1991) In 1991, nobody lived at the intersection of hip-hop and rock’n’roll quite as squarely as Rick Rubin, the Def Jam co-founder who masterminded Run-DMC’s “Walk This Way” and the Beastie Boys’ Licensed To Ill before producing bands including Slayer and Danzig.

But nobody could have predicted just how wildly successful Red Hot Chili Peppers would become under Rubin’s tutelage on Blood Sugar Sex Magik. The band and the producer moved into a (supposedly haunted) L.A. mansion converted into a recording studio, churning out iconic anthems like “Give It Away” and “Suck My Kiss.” And when Rubin found a vulnerable autobiographical poem in Kiedis’s notebook and encouraged the band to set it to music, the unlikely power ballad “Under the Bridge” was born, unlocking a different side of the band and helping turn them into a multi-platinum phenomenon.

“There’s often an almost delicate quality to some of the playing, the band’s airiest funk yet, highlighted by John Frusciante’s often-understated guitar,” wrote Steve Hochman in the Los Angeles Times review.
“I didn’t want to tell the same old story that we’ve been hearing for the last 50 years in rock music,” Anthony Kiedis reflected in a recent interview. “Hopefully we’ve said something that hasn’t been said before, or at least said it in a way that hasn’t.” He was talking about Unlimited Love, the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ 12th album, but he might as well have been describing the entire long arc of their nearly 40-year run.

A band that released its full-length debut the same year as Run-D.M.C. and the Smiths became alt-rock’s ultimate survivors by sounding like no one but themselves, making it up as they went along and following their love rollercoaster ride wherever it took them.

The core duo of shameless verbal acrobat Kiedis and blissed-out bass bopper Flea — along with certified guitar god John Frusciante, steady drummer Chad Smith, frequent producer Rick Rubin, and all the other doctors of rhythm with shorter tenures at RHCP University — have preserved the Chilis’ californicating essence through countless reinventions and funk-rap breakdowns.

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• Ataxia • the Mars Volta • Jane's Addiction Website redhotchilipeppers .com Members • Anthony Kiedis • Flea • Chad Smith • John Frusciante Past members • Hillel Slovak • Jack Irons • Cliff Martinez • Jack Sherman • DeWayne McKnight • D. H. Peligro • Arik Marshall • Jesse Tobias • Dave Navarro • Josh Klinghoffer The Red Hot Chili Peppers are an American rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1983.

Their music incorporates elements of alternative rock, funk, punk rock and psychedelic rock. The band consists of co-founders Anthony Kiedis (lead vocals), Flea (bass), drummer Chad Smith and guitarist John Frusciante. With over 100 million records sold worldwide, the Red Hot Chili Peppers are one of the best-selling bands of all time. [1] They are the most successful band in the history of alternative rock, with the records for most number-one singles (14), most cumulative weeks at number red hot chili pepper (85) and most top-ten songs (25) on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart.

[2] They have won six Grammy Awards, were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012, and in 2022 received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Red Hot Chili Peppers were formed in Los Angeles by Kiedis, Flea, guitarist Hillel Slovak and drummer Jack Irons.

Due to commitments to other bands, Slovak and Irons did not play on the band's 1984 self-titled debut album, which instead featured guitarist Jack Sherman and drummer Cliff Martinez. Slovak rejoined for their second album, Freaky Styley (1985), and Irons for their third, The Uplift Mofo Party Plan (1987). Irons left after Slovak died of a drug overdose in June 1988. With new recruits Frusciante and Smith, the Red Hot Chili Peppers recorded Mother's Milk (1989) and their first major commercial success, Blood Sugar Sex Magik (1991).

Frusciante was uncomfortable with their newfound popularity and left abruptly on tour in 1992. After a series of temporary guitarists, he was replaced by Dave Navarro, who appeared on the group's sixth album, One Hot Minute (1995).

Although successful, the album failed to match the critical or popular acclaim of Blood Sugar Sex Magik. Frusciante and Kiedis struggled with drug addiction throughout the 1990s. In 1998, following Navarro's departure, Frusciante rejoined the band. Their seventh album, Californication (1999), became their biggest commercial success, with 16 million copies sold worldwide. By the Way (2002) and Stadium Arcadium (2006) were also successful; Stadium Arcadium was their first album to reach number one on the Billboard 200 chart.

Frusciante left again in 2009 to focus on his solo career; he was replaced by Josh Klinghoffer, who appeared on I'm with You (2011) and The Getaway (2016), before Frusciante rejoined in 2019. They released their 12th album, Unlimited Love, in 2022. Contents • 1 History • 1.1 1983–1984: Early history • 1.2 1985–1988: Building a following, drug abuse, and death of Slovak • 1.3 1988–1989: Frusciante and Smith join • 1.4 1990–1993: Blood Sugar Sex Magik, fame, and Frusciante's first departure • 1.5 1994–1997: One Hot Minute and Dave Navarro • 1.6 1998–2001: Return of Frusciante and Californication • 1.7 2001–2004: By the Way • 1.8 2005–2007: Stadium Arcadium • 1.9 2008–2009: Klinghoffer replaces Frusciante • 1.10 2010–2014: I'm with You • 1.11 2015–2018: The Getaway • 1.12 2019–present: Frusciante replaces Klinghoffer, Unlimited Love • 2 Style • 2.1 Lyrics and songwriting • 3 Legacy • 4 Public profile • 4.1 Activism • 4.2 Sexual assault charges and allegations • 5 Members • 6 Awards and nominations • 7 Discography • 8 Tours • 9 See also • 10 References • 10.1 Bibliography • 11 External links History 1983–1984: Early history Founding guitarist Hillel Slovak performing in Philadelphia in 1983.

Slovak died from a drug overdose in 1988. The Red Hot Chili Peppers were formed in Los Angeles by singer Anthony Kiedis, guitarist Hillel Slovak, bassist Flea, and drummer Jack Irons, classmates at Fairfax High School. [3] Their early names included Tony Flow and the Miraculously Majestic Masters of Mayhem, and their first performance was at the Rhythm Lounge club to a crowd of approximately 30, opening for Gary and Neighbor's Voices.

[4] Inspired by punk funk acts like Contortions and Defunkt, they improvised music while Kiedis rapped. [5] At the time, Slovak and Irons were already committed to another group, What Is This?; however, the new band was asked to return the following week.

[4] They changed their name to the Red Hot Chili Peppers, playing several shows at LA venues. Six songs from these shows were on the band's first demo tape. [6] In November 1983, manager Lindy Goetz struck a seven-album deal with EMI America and Enigma Records.

Two weeks earlier, however, What Is This? had also obtained a record deal with MCA, and in December Slovak and Irons quit the Red Hot Chili Peppers to focus on What Is This?. [7] Flea and Kiedis recruited Weirdos drummer Cliff Martinez and guitarist Jack Sherman. [8] The band released their debut album, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, in August 1984. Airplay on college radio and MTV helped build a fan base, [9] and the album sold 300,000 copies.

Gang of Four guitarist Andy Gill, who produced the album, pushed the band to play with a cleaner, more radio-friendly sound, [10] and the band was disappointed with the result, finding it over-polished.

[11] The album included backing vocals by Gwen Dickey, the singer for the 1970s disco funk group Rose Royce. [12] The band embarked on a gruelling tour, performing 60 shows in 64 days. During the tour, continuing musical and lifestyle tension between Kiedis and Sherman complicated the transition between concert and daily band life.

[13] Sherman was fired in February 1985. [14] Slovak, who had just quit What Is This?, rejoined in early 1985. [15] 1985–1988: Building a following, drug abuse, and death of Slovak Vocalist Anthony Kiedis and bassist Flea (pictured in August 1989) have remained with the Red Hot Chili Peppers through the band's history. The second Chili Peppers album, Freaky Styley (1985), was produced by funk musician George Clinton, who introduced elements of punk and funk into the band's repertoire.

[16] The album featured Maceo Parker and Fred Wesley. The band used heroin while recording the album, which influenced the lyrics and music. [17] The band had a much better relationship with Clinton than with Gill, [18] but Freaky Styley, released on August 16, 1985, also achieved little success, failing to make an impression on any chart.

The band also considered the subsequent tour unproductive. [19] [20] [21] Despite the lack of success, the band was satisfied with Freaky Styley; Kiedis reflected that "it so surpassed anything we thought we could have done that we were thinking we were on the road to enormity." [22] Around this time, the band appeared in the 1986 films Thrashin', playing the song "Blackeyed Blonde" from Freaky Styley, and Tough Guys, performing "Set It Straight".

[23] [ unreliable source?] In early 1986, EMI gave the Chili Peppers $5,000 to record a demo tape for their next album. They chose to work with producer Keith Levene from PIL, as he shared their interest in drugs. [24] Levene and Slovak put aside $2,000 of the budget to spend on heroin and cocaine, which created tension between the band members.

Martinez's "heart was no longer in the band", but he did not quit, so Kiedis and Flea fired him in April 1986. [25] Irons rejoined the band, to their surprise; it marked the first time all four founding members were together since 1983. During the recording and subsequent tour of Freaky Styley, Kiedis and Slovak were dealing with debilitating heroin addictions.

Due to his addiction, Kiedis "didn't have the same drive or desire to come up with ideas or lyrics" and appeared at rehearsal "literally asleep". [26] For their third album, the Chili Peppers attempted to hire Rick Rubin to produce, but he declined due to the band's increasing drug problems.

They eventually hired Michael Beinhorn from the art funk project Material, their last choice. [27] The early attempts at recording were halted due to Kiedis' worsening drug problems, and Kiedis was briefly fired.

[28] After the band were named "band of the year" by LA Weekly, Kiedis entered drug rehabilitation. [29] The band auditioned new singers, [30] but Kiedis, now sober, rejoined the recording sessions with new enthusiasm.

[31] Songs formed quickly, blending the funk feel and rhythms of Freaky Styley with a harder, more immediate approach to punk red hot chili pepper.

The album was recorded in the basement of the Capitol Records Building. [32] The recording process was difficult; Kiedis would frequently disappear to seek drugs. [33] After fifty days of sobriety, Kiedis decided to take drugs again to celebrate his new music. [32] The third Red Hot Chili Peppers album, The Uplift Mofo Party Plan, was released in September 1987 and peaked at No. 148 on the Billboard 200 chart, [34] a significant improvement over their earlier albums. The band immediately embarked on a two and a half month North American tour to promote the release, accompanied by Faith No More as support who were also promoting their new album Introduce Yourself.

[35] [36] During this period, however, Kiedis and Slovak had both developed serious drug addictions, [37] often disappearing for days on end. Slovak died from a heroin overdose on June 25, 1988, soon after the conclusion of the Uplift tour.

[38] Kiedis fled the city and did not attend Slovak's funeral. [39] Irons, troubled by the death, left the band; following years of depression, he became a member of the Seattle grunge band Pearl Jam in 1994. [40] 1988–1989: Frusciante and Smith join Chad Smith (pictured in 2019) has been the Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer since 1988.

DeWayne "Blackbyrd" McKnight, a former member of Parliament-Funkadelic, joined as guitarist, and D. H. Peligro of Dead Kennedys joined as drummer. [ when?] Kiedis re-entered rehab for 30 days, and visited Slovak's grave as part of his rehabilitation, finally confronting his grief. Three red hot chili pepper into the tour, McKnight was fired for lack of chemistry with the band.

[41] McKnight was so unhappy he threatened to burn down Kiedis' house. [42] Peligro introduced Kiedis and Flea to teenage guitarist and Chili Peppers fan John Frusciante, [43] who brought a darker, more melodic rock style to the band. [44] Frusciante performed his first show with the Chili Peppers in September 1988. The new lineup began writing for the next album and went on a short tour, the Turd Town Tour.

In November, Kiedis and Flea fired Peligro due to his drug and alcohol problems. [ citation needed] Following open auditions, they hired drummer Chad Smith in December 1988, who has remained since.

[45] According to Smith, "We started playing, and right away we just hit it off musically." [46] The Chili Peppers began work on their fourth album in 1989.

[47] Unlike the stop-start sessions for The Uplift Mofo Party Plan, preproduction went smoothly. However, the sessions were made tense by Beinhorn's desire red hot chili pepper create a hit, frustrating Frusciante and Kiedis. [48] Released on August 16, 1989, Mother's Milk peaked at number 52 on the U.S.

Billboard 200. [34] The record failed to chart in the United Kingdom and Europe, but climbed to number 33 in Australia. [49] " Knock Me Down" reached number six on the U.S. Modern Rock Tracks, whereas " Higher Ground" charted at number eleven [50] and reached number 54 in the UK and 45 in Australia and France. [51] [52] Mother's Milk was certified gold in March 1990 and was the first Chili Peppers album to ship over 500,000 units.

[53] 1990–1993: Blood Sugar Sex Magik, fame, and Frusciante's first departure Rick Rubin has produced several Red Hot Chili Peppers albums. In 1990, after the success of Mother's Milk, the Chili Peppers left EMI and entered a major-label bidding war. They signed with Warner Bros. Records and hired producer Rick Rubin. Rubin had turned the band down in 1987 because of their drug problems but felt they were now healthier and more focused.

He would go on to produce five more of their albums. The writing process was more productive than it had been for Mother's Milk, with Kiedis saying, "[every day], there was new music for me to lyricize".

[54] At Rubin's suggestion, they recorded in the Mansion, a studio in a house where magician Harry Houdini once lived. [55] In September 1991, Blood Sugar Sex Magik was released. " Give It Away" was the first single; it became one of the band's best known songs, and in 1992 won a Grammy Award for "Best Hard Rock Performance With Vocal". It became the band's first number-one single on the Modern Rock chart.

[50] [56] The ballad " Under the Bridge" was released as a second single, and reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, the band's highest position to date. [50] Blood Sugar Sex Magik sold over 12 million copies. [57] It was listed at number 310 on Rolling Stone's list of 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, and in 1992 it rose to number three on the US album charts, almost a year after its release.

The album was accompanied by a documentary, Funky Monks. [58] The band began their Blood Sugar Sex Magik tour, which featured Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Smashing Pumpkins, three of the era's biggest upcoming bands in alternative music, as opening acts. [59] Frusciante was troubled by fame, and began falling out with Kiedis. He isolated himself from the band and developed a secret heroin addiction.

In an appearance on Saturday Night Live, he performed off-key; Kiedis believed he wanted to sabotage the performance. [44] Frusciante abruptly quit after a show in Tokyo in May 1992. [44] He returned to Los Angeles and spent years living in squalor, struggling with addiction.

[44] The Chili Peppers contacted guitarist Dave Navarro, who had just split from Jane's Addiction, but Navarro was involved in his own drug problems. After failed auditions with Zander Schloss, Arik Marshall of Los Angeles band Marshall Law was hired, and the Chili Peppers headlined the Lollapalooza festival in 1992.

[ citation needed] Marshall also appeared in the music videos for " Breaking the Girl" and " If You Have to Ask", as well as the Simpsons episode " Krusty Gets Kancelled". [60] [ unreliable source?] In September 1992, the Chili Peppers performed "Give It Away" at the MTV Video Music Awards. They were nominated for seven awards, winning three, including Viewer's Choice. In February 1993, they performed "Give It Away" at the Grammy Awards, and the song won the band their first Grammy later that evening.

[61] The Chili Peppers dismissed Marshall as he was too busy to attend rehearsals. [ citation needed] They held auditions for new guitarists, including Buckethead, whom Flea felt was not right for the band. [62] Guitarist Jesse Tobias of the Los Angeles band Mother Tongue was briefly hired, but dismissed due to poor chemistry. [63] However, Navarro said he was now ready to join the band. [64] In August 1993, the non-album single " Soul to Squeeze" was released and featured on the soundtrack to the film Coneheads.

[65] The song topped the Billboard US Modern Rock chart. [66] 1994–1997: One Hot Minute and Dave Navarro Dave Navarro (pictured in 2009) replaced Jesse Tobias as guitarist in 1993.

He left in 1998. Navarro first appeared with the band at Woodstock '94, performing early versions of new songs. This was followed by a brief tour, including headlining appearances at Pukkelpop and Reading Festivals as well as two performances as the opening act for the Rolling Stones. [67] The relationship between Navarro and the band began to deteriorate; [68] Navarro admitted he did not care for funk music or jamming.

Kiedis had relapsed into heroin addiction following a dental procedure in which an addictive sedative, Valium, was used, though the band did not discover this until later.

[69] Without Frusciante, songs were written at a far slower rate. [69] Kiedis said: "John had been a true anomaly when it came to songwriting . I just figured that was how all guitar players were, that you showed them your lyrics and sang a little bit and the next thing you knew you had a song.

That didn't happen right off the bat with Dave." [69] With Kiedis often absent from recording due to his drug problems, Flea took a larger role in the writing process, and sang lead on his song, "Pea".

[ citation needed] One Hot Minute was released in September 1995 after several delays. It departed from the band's previous sound, with Navarro's guitar work incorporating heavy metal riffs and psychedelic rock. [70] The band described the album as a darker, sadder record.

[71] Kiedis' lyrics addressed drugs, including the lead single, " Warped", and broken relationships and deaths of loved ones, including "Tearjerker", written about Kurt Cobain. Despite mixed reviews, the album sold eight million copies worldwide [72] and produced the band's third number-one single, " My Friends". [ citation needed] The band also contributed to soundtracks including Working Class Hero: A Tribute to John Lennon and Beavis and Butt-Head Do America, [ citation needed] and Flea and Navarro contributed to Alanis Morissette's single " You Oughta Know".

[73] The Chili Peppers began the tour for One Hot Minute in Europe in 1995; the US tour was postponed after Smith broke his wrist. In 1997, several shows were cancelled following deteriorating band relations, injuries, and Navarro and Kiedis' drug use. They played three shows that year, including the first Fuji Rock Festival in Japan. [74] In April 1998, the band announced red hot chili pepper Navarro had left due to creative differences; Kiedis stated that the decision was "mutual".

[75] Reports at the time, however, indicated that Navarro's departure came after he attended a band practice under the influence of drugs. [72] 1998–2001: Return of Frusciante and Californication The band regained commercial success after guitarist John Frusciante (pictured in 2006) rejoined them in 1998. He left again in 2009, and rejoined in 2019. With no guitarist, the Red Hot Chili Peppers were on the verge of breaking up. [76] In the years following Frusciante's departure, his heroin addiction had left him in poverty and near death.

[77] Flea convinced Frusciante to admit himself to Las Encinas Drug Rehabilitation Center in January 1998. [78] [79] His addiction left him with scarring on his arms, a restructured nose, and dental implants following an oral infection. [80] [81] In April 1998, Flea visited the recovered Frusciante and asked him to rejoin the band; Frusciante began sobbing and said nothing would make him happier. [82] [83] Red Hot Chili Peppers logo In June 1999, after more than a year of production, the Red Hot Chili Peppers released Californication, their seventh studio album.

It red hot chili pepper over 16 million copies, and remains their most successful album. [84] Californication contained fewer rap songs than its predecessors, instead integrating textured and melodic guitar riffs, vocals and basslines. [85] It produced three number-one modern rock hits, " Scar Tissue", " Otherside" and " Californication". [50] Californication received stronger reviews than One Hot Minute, and was a greater success worldwide. [85] While many critics credited the success of the album to Frusciante's return, they also felt Kiedis' vocals had also improved.

[86] It was later listed at number 399 on the Rolling Stone magazine list of the 500 Greatest Albums of Red hot chili pepper Time. [ citation needed] Californication was supported with a two-year international world tour, producing the first Chili Peppers concert DVD, Off the Map (2001). [87] In July 1999, the Chili Peppers played the closing show at Woodstock 1999. [3] [88] During the set, a small fire escalated into violence and vandalism, resulting in the intervention of riot control squads.

[89] ATMs and several semi-tractor trailers were looted and destroyed. [90] [91] The band was blamed in the media for inciting the riots after performing a cover of the Jimi Hendrix red hot chili pepper " Fire". In his memoir, Kiedis wrote: "It was clear that this situation had nothing to do with Woodstock anymore.

It wasn't symbolic of red hot chili pepper and love, but of greed and cashing in." [92] 2001–2004: By the Way Main article: By the Way The Chili Peppers began writing their next album in early 2001, immediately following the Californication tour.

[93] Frusciante and Kiedis would collaborate for days straight, discussing and sharing guitar progressions and lyrics. [94] For Kiedis, "writing By the Way . was a whole different experience from Californication. John was back to himself and brimming with confidence." [93] The recording was difficult for Flea, who felt his role was being diminished [95] and fought with Frusciante about the musical direction. [95] Flea considered quitting the band after the album, but the two worked out their problems.

[96] By the Way was released in July 2002 and produced four singles; " By the Way", " The Zephyr Song", " Can't Stop" and " Universally Speaking". The album was their most subdued to date, focusing on melodic ballads over rap and funk, with layered textures, more keyboards, and string arrangements.

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{INSERTKEYS} [97] The album was followed by an eighteen-month world tour, [98] a concert DVD, Live at Slane Castle, and the band's first live album, Red Hot Chili Peppers Live in Hyde Park. [99] More than 258,000 fans paid over $17,100,000 for tickets over three nights, a 2004 record; the event ranked No.

1 on Billboard 's Top Concert Boxscores of 2004. [100] In November 2003, the Chili Peppers released their Greatest Hits album, which featured new songs " Fortune Faded" and " Save the Population". [101] 2005–2007: Stadium Arcadium Main article: Stadium Arcadium In 2006, the Chili Peppers released their ninth album, Stadium Arcadium.

Although they initially planned to release a trilogy of albums, [102] they chose to release a 28-track double album. It was their first album to debut at number one on the US charts, where it stayed for two weeks, and debuted at number one in the UK and 25 other countries. Stadium Arcadium sold over seven million units. [103] It won five Grammys: Best Rock Album, Best Rock Song ("Dani California"), Best Rock Performance by a Duo Or Group With Vocal ("Dani California"), Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package, and Best Producer (Rick Rubin).

[56] The first single, " Dani California", was the band's fastest-selling single, debuting on top of the Modern Rock chart in the U.S., peaking at number six on the Billboard Hot 100, and reaching number 2 in the UK. " Tell Me Baby", released next, also topped the charts in 2006.

" Snow (Hey Oh)" was released in late 2006, breaking multiple records by 2007. The song became their eleventh number-one single, giving the band a cumulative total of 81 weeks at number one. It was also the first time three consecutive singles by the band made it to number one. " Desecration Smile" was released internationally in February 2007 and reached number 27 on the UK charts. " Hump de Bump" was planned to be the next single for the US, Canada, and Australia only, but due to positive feedback from the music video, it was released as a worldwide single in May 2007.

[ citation needed] The Stadium Arcadium World Tour began in 2006, including several festival dates. Frusciante's friend and frequent musical collaborator Josh Klinghoffer joined the touring band, contributing guitar, backing vocals, and keyboards. The band was the musical guest for Saturday Night Live, which aired in May 2006 with featured host Tom Hanks. [104] [ unreliable source?] 2008–2009: Klinghoffer replaces Frusciante Josh Klinghoffer (pictured in 2016) was the backup touring guitarist in 2007.

He replaced John Frusciante in 2009, until Frusciante's return in 2019. Following the last leg of the Stadium Arcadium tour, the Chili Peppers took an extended break. Kiedis attributed this to the band being worn out from their years of nonstop work since Californication (1999).

Their only recording during this time was in 2008 with George Clinton on his album George Clinton and His Gangsters of Love; accompanied by Kim Manning, they recorded a new version of Shirley and Lee's classic " Let the Good Times Roll".

[105] Kiedis, who had recently become a father, planned to spend the time off taking care of his son and developing a television series based on his autobiography, Spider and Son. [106] Flea began taking music theory classes at the University of Southern California, and revealed plans to release a mainly instrumental solo record; guest musicians included Patti Smith and a choir from the Silverlake Conservatory. [107] Frusciante released his album The Empyrean.

[108] Smith worked with Sammy Hagar, Joe Satriani, and Michael Anthony in the supergroup Chickenfoot, as well as on his solo project, Chad Smith's Bombastic Meatbats. [109] Flea and touring Chili Peppers percussionist Mauro Refosco joined Thom Yorke in the supergroup Atoms for Peace.

[110] In July 2009, Frusciante again left the Chili Peppers, though no announcement was made until December. [111] Frusciante explained on his Myspace page that there was no ill feeling about his departure this time, and that he wanted to focus on his solo work. [112] In October 2009, the Chili Peppers entered the studio to begin writing their tenth studio album, with Klinghoffer replacing Frusciante. [111] 2010–2014: I'm with You Main article: I'm with You (album) In January 2010, the Chili Peppers, with Klinghoffer on guitar, made their live comeback in January 2010, paying tribute to Neil Young with a cover of " A Man Needs a Maid" at MusiCares.

In February, after months of speculation, Klinghoffer was confirmed as Frusciante's replacement. [113] The band began recording their tenth studio album with producer Rick Rubin in September, and finished in March 2011. They decided against releasing another double album, reducing the album to 14 tracks.

[114] I'm with You, the tenth Red Hot Chili Peppers album, was released in the US in August 2011. It topped the charts in 18 countries, and received mostly positive reviews. " The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie", became the band's 12th number-one single. [115] [116] " Monarchy of Roses", " Look Around" and " Did I Let You Know" (released only in Brazil), and " Brendan's Death Song" were also released as singles.

[117] In July 2011, the Chili Peppers played three invitation-only warm-up shows in California, their first since 2007. [118] [119] They began a month-long promotional tour in August 2011, starting in Asia. The I'm with You World Tour ran from September 2011 until 2013. The North American leg, expected to begin in January 2012, was postponed to March due to a surgery Kiedis required for foot injuries he had sustained during the Stadium Arcadium tour.

Following the I'm with You World Tour, the band set out on another small tour, including their first shows in Alaska, Paraguay, the Philippines and Puerto Rico. [ citation needed] Recordings from the tours were released in 2012 on the free 2011 Live EP.

[ citation needed] Flea and Smith at Rock in Rio Madrid 2012 The Chili Peppers were nominated for two MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Rock Band and Best Live Artist [120] and nominated for Best Group at the 2012 People's Choice Awards [121] I'm with You was also nominated for a 2012 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album. [122] In April 2012, the Chili Peppers were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. May saw the release of the download-only Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Covers EP, comprising previously released studio and live covers of artists that had influenced the band.

From August 2012, the band began releasing a series of singles as the I'm with You Sessions, which were compiled on the I'm Beside You LP in November 2013 as a Record Store Day exclusive. [123] In February 2014, the Chili Peppers joined Bruno Mars as performers at the Super Bowl XLVIII half-time show, watched by a record 115.3 million viewers.

The performance was met with mixed reviews for its use of backing music; Flea responded that it was an NFL rule for bands to pre-record music due to time and technical issues, and that they had agreed because it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

He said Kiedis' vocals were completely live and the band had recorded "Give it Away" during rehearsals. [124] The band began another tour in May 2013, which ended in June 2014. 2012-13 Live EP was released in July 2014 through their website as a free download. {/INSERTKEYS}

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{INSERTKEYS} [ citation needed] 2015–2018: The Getaway Main article: The Getaway (Red Hot Chili Peppers album) The Chili Peppers released Fandemonium in November 2014, a book dedicated to their fans. [125] That December, they began work on their eleventh album, their first without producer Rick Rubin since 1989; [126] it was instead produced by Danger Mouse.

[127] Flea broke his arm during a skiing trip, which delayed the recording for several months. [128] " Dark Necessities", the first single from their upcoming album, was released on May 5. Their eleventh album, The Getaway, was released in June. [129] Kiedis said the songs were influenced by a two-year relationship that fell apart.

[130] "Dark Necessities" became the band's 25th top-ten single on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart, a record they hold over U2. [131] In February 2016, "Circle of the Noose", an unreleased song recorded with Navarro in 1998, was leaked. [132] The Red Hot Chili Peppers performing at Rock am Ring in 2016 In May, the band released "The Getaway".

[133] The music video for "Dark Necessities", directed by actress Olivia Wilde, was released in June 2016. [134] The Getaway made its debut at number 2 on the Billboard 200 chart, behind Drake, who had the number-one album for eight consecutive weeks. The Getaway outsold Drake its opening week with album sales of 108,000 to 33,000 (actually placing him at 4th in sales for the week) though due to album streaming, Drake managed to top the band for the top position in the charts.

[135] [136] In July 2016, the Live In Paris EP was released exclusively through the music streaming website Deezer. "Go Robot" was announced as the second single from The Getaway. In the same month, the band members started to post images from the set of the music video. [137] The Getaway was re-issued on limited edition pink vinyl in September, as part of 10 Bands 1 Cause.

All money from sales of the re-issue went to Gilda's Club NYC an organization that provides community support for both those diagnosed with cancer and their caretakers. It is named after comedian Gilda Radner. [138] The band began the headlining portion of the Getaway World Tour in September with the North American leg, featuring Jack Irons, the band's original drummer, as an opening act, beginning in January 2017. {/INSERTKEYS}

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{INSERTKEYS} [139] Dave Rat, the band's sound engineer since 1991, announced that following the show of January 22, 2017, he would no longer be working with the band. [140] The Red Hot Chili Peppers at the Ohana Music Festival in September 2019 The Getaway World Tour concluded in October 2017. The tour consisted of 151 shows lasting a year and almost five months. [141] In December, the band headlined the Band Together 2 Benefit Concert at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Money raised from the concert went to the Tipping Point Emergency Relief Fund which between 2005 and 2017 raised $150 million to educate, employ, house and support those in need in the Bay Area.

[142] 2019–present: Frusciante replaces Klinghoffer, Unlimited Love The recording of the next Chili Peppers album was delayed due to the Woolsey Fire; the band performed a benefit show for fire victims on January 13, 2019. [143] In February, they performed "Dark Necessities" with rapper Post Malone at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.

[144] [145] They appeared in Malone's music video for " Wow", released in March 2019. [146] In February 2019, the Chili Peppers began a month-long tour, featuring their first headlining shows in Australia in twelve years, [147] including their first show in Tasmania, which was briefly halted due to a power outage. [148] On March 15, 2019, they performed in Egypt, becoming one of the few acts allowed to perform at the Pyramids of Giza. [149] The performance was live-streamed on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook.

[150] On October 26, 2019, photographer David Mushegain announced that a Chili Peppers documentary was in the works. [151] Klinghoffer released his debut solo album, To Be One with You, on November 22, 2019, featuring Flea and former Chili Peppers drummer Jack Irons. [152] On November 2, 2019, the Chili Peppers performed at a charity event at the Silverlake Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles; it was their final show with Klinghoffer.

[153] On December 15, 2019, the Chili Peppers announced on Instagram that, after 10 years, they had split with Klinghoffer and that Frusciante had rejoined the band.

They wrote that Klinghoffer was "a beautiful musician who we respect and love". [154] In an interview on the podcast WTF with Marc Maron, Klinghoffer said there was no animosity: "It's absolutely John's place to be in that band ... I'm happy that he's back with them." [155] In August 2020, former Chili Peppers guitarist Jack Sherman died aged 64; the band issued a statement thanking him for "all times good, bad and in between".

[156] On April 24, 2021, they announced that they had left Q Prime, their management company for the previous 20 years, and would now be managed by their longtime friend Guy Oseary, founder of Maverick Records.

[157] On May 3, 2021, it was reported that the Red Hot Chili Peppers would sell their back catalogue to Hipgnosis Songs Fund for $140–$150 million. [158] On February 8, 2020, Frusciante performed with the Chili Peppers for the first time in 13 years, at a memorial service held by the Tony Hawk Foundation for late film producer Andrew Burkle, son of billionaire Ronald Burkle.

[159] Shows were scheduled for three festivals that May, [160] but were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [161] The 12th Red Hot Chili Peppers studio album, Unlimited Love, produced by Rick Rubin, was released on April 1, 2022.

It debuted at number one in ten countries, giving the Chili Peppers' their first US number-one album since Stadium Arcadium. [162] It was promoted with singles for " Black Summer" [163] and " These Are the Ways". [164] NME wrote that Unlimited Love shared the "melancholic riffmaking, anthemic choruses and softly-sung melodies" of Frusciante's previous work with the Chili Peppers, but introduced new "grungey" and acoustic elements.

[165] Frusciante said the band had recorded almost 50 tracks, with plans for a follow-up album. [165] On March 31, 2022, the Chili Peppers received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. [166] On April 1, 2022, the broadcasting company Sirius XM launched a dedicated Red Hot Chili Peppers channel, Whole Lotta Red Hot, featuring music videos, live performances and acts that influenced the Chili Peppers.

[167] Style This section focuses too much on specific examples without explaining their importance to its main subject. Please help improve this section by citing reliable, secondary sources that evaluate and synthesize these or similar examples within a broader context. ( May 2020) The music of the Red Hot Chili Peppers has been characterized as funk rock, [168] [169] [170] [171] alternative rock, [172] [173] [174] funk metal [175] [176] [177] and rap rock, [170] [171] [178] [179] with influences from hard, psychedelic and punk rock.

Regarding their genre, Flea stated in a 2006 Guitar World interview, "For all the styles that have come and gone through-out our career, we never really aligned ourselves with any of them; we were never part of any movement. At one time, people put us together in a category with Fishbone and Faith No More, but we were always different from those bands, and they were always different from us." [180] The band's influences include Parliament-Funkadelic, Defunkt, Jimi Hendrix, the Misfits, Black Sabbath, Metallica, James Brown, Gang of Four, Bob Marley, Big Boys, Bad Brains, Sly and the Family Stone, Ohio Players, Queen, Stevie Wonder, Elvis Presley, Deep Purple, the Beach Boys, Black Flag, Ornette Coleman, Led Zeppelin, Yes, [181] Fugazi, Fishbone, Marvin Gaye, Billie Holiday, Santana, Elvis Costello, the Stooges, [182] the Clash, Siouxsie and the Banshees, [183] [184] Devo, and Miles Davis.

[185] Kiedis provided multiple vocal styles. His primary approach up to Blood Sugar Sex Magik was spoken verse and rapping, which he complemented with traditional vocals. This helped the band to maintain a consistent style.

[186] As the group matured, notably with Californication (1999), they reduced the number of rapped verses. By the Way (2002) contained only two songs with a rap-driven verse and melodic chorus.

[187] Kiedis's more recent style was developed through ongoing coaching. [188] Original guitarist Slovak's style was based in blues and funk. Slovak was primarily influenced by hard-rock artists such as Hendrix, Kiss and Led Zeppelin, [189] while his playing method was based on improvisation common in funk. [190] He was noted for an aggressive playing style; he would often play with such force, that his fingers would "come apart".

[190] Kiedis observed that his playing evolved during his time away from the group in What Is This?, when Slovak adopted a more fluid style featuring "sultry" elements compared to his earlier hard-rock techniques. [191] On The Uplift Mofo Party Plan (1987), Slovak experimented with genres outside of traditional funk music including reggae and speed metal. [192] His guitar riffs would often serve as the basis of the group's songs, with the other members writing their parts to complement his guitar work.

His melodic riff featured in the song "Behind the Sun" inspired the group to create "pretty" songs with an emphasis on melody. [32] Kiedis describes the song as "pure Hillel inspiration".

[193] Slovak also used a talk box on songs such as "Green Heaven" and "Funky Crime", in which he would sing into a tube while playing to create psychedelic effects. [194] Frusciante's musical style has evolved over the course of his career. His guitar playing employs melody and emotion rather than virtuosity. [ clarification needed] Although virtuoso influences can be heard throughout his career, he has said that he often minimizes this.

[195] Frusciante brought a melodic and textured sound, notably on Californication, By the Way and Stadium Arcadium (2006). This contrasts with his earlier abrasive approach in Mother's Milk, [196] [197] as well as his dry, funky and more docile arrangements on Blood Sugar Sex Magik.

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On Californication and By the Way, Frusciante derived the technique of creating tonal texture through chord patterns from post-punk guitarist Vini Reilly of The Durutti Column, and bands such as Fugazi and The Cure. [198] [199] [200] On By The Way, he wanted people to be able to sing the lead guitar part, influenced by John McGeoch of Siouxsie and the Banshees, Johnny Marr of The Smiths and Bernard Sumner of Joy Division. [201] He initially wanted this album to be composed of "these punky, rough songs", drawing inspiration from early punk artists red hot chili pepper as The Germs and The Damned.

However, this was discouraged by producer Rick Rubin, and he instead built upon Californication 's melodically driven style. [202] During the recording of Stadium Arcadium (2006), he moved away from his new-wave influences and concentrated on emulating flashier guitar players such as Hendrix and Van Halen. [203] Navarro brought his own sound to the band during his tenure, with red hot chili pepper style based on heavy metal, progressive rock and psychedelia. [204] Flea's bass guitar style can be considered an amalgamation of funk, psychedelic, punk, and hard rock.

[205] The groove-heavy melodies, played through either finger-picking or slapping, contributed to their signature style. While Flea's slap bass style was prominent in earlier albums, albums after Blood Sugar Sex Magik [205] have more melodic and funk-driven bass lines.

He has also used double stops on some newer songs. Flea's bass playing has changed considerably throughout the years. When he joined Fear, his technique centered largely around traditional punk-rock bass lines. [206] However, he changed this style when the Red Hot Chili Peppers formed. He began to incorporate a "slap" bass style that drew influence largely from Bootsy Collins.

[207] Blood Sugar Sex Magik saw a notable shift in style as it featured none of his signature technique but focused more on traditional and melodic roots. [208] His intellectual beliefs as a musician also shifted: "I was trying to play simply on Blood Sugar Sex Magik because I had been playing too much prior to that, so I thought, 'I've really got to chill out and play half as many notes'.

When you play less, it's more exciting—there's more room for everything. If I do play something busy, it stands out, instead of the bass being a constant onslaught of notes. Space is good." [208] Drummer Smith blends rock with funk, mixing metal and jazz to his beats. Influences include Buddy Rich and John Bonham.

[209] He brought a different sound to Mother's Milk, playing tight and fast. In Blood Sugar Sex Magik, he displays greater power. He is recognized for his ghost notes, his red hot chili pepper and his fast right foot. MusicRadar put him in sixth place on their list of the "50 Greatest Drummers Of All Time".

[210] During their early career, the Chili Peppers would often perform nude, wearing only socks over their genitals; this became a part of their stage persona, and brought them early notoriety.

They retired the tradition in 2000 as they approached their forties. [211] Lyrics and songwriting Early in the group's career, Kiedis wrote comical songs filled with sexual innuendos and songs inspired by friendship and the band members' personal experiences. However, after the death of his close friend and bandmate Hillel Slovak, Kiedis's lyrics became much more introspective and personal, as exemplified by the Mother's Milk song "Knock Me Down", which was dedicated to Slovak along with the Blood Sugar Sex Magik song "My Lovely Man".

When the band recorded One Hot Minute (1995) Kiedis had turned to drugs once again, which resulted red hot chili pepper darker lyrics.

[212] He began to write about anguish, and the self-mutilating thoughts he would experience as a result of his heroin and red hot chili pepper addiction. [213] [214] The album also featured tributes to close friends the band lost during the recording process including Kurt Cobain on the song "Tearjerker" and River Phoenix on the song "Transcending". After witnessing Frusciante's recovery from his heroin addiction, Kiedis wrote many songs inspired by rebirth and the meaning of life on Californication.

He was also intrigued by the life lessons that the band had learned, [215] including Kiedis's experience with meeting a young mother at the YMCA, who was attempting to battle her crack addiction while living with her infant daughter. [76] On By the Way, Kiedis was lyrically influenced by love, his girlfriend, and the emotions expressed when one fell in love. [216] Drugs also played an integral part in Kiedis's writings, as he had only been sober since 2000.

[217] Tracks like "This Is the Place" and "Don't Forget Me" expressed his intense dislike for narcotics and the harmful physical and emotional effects they caused him. Stadium Arcadium (2006) continued the themes of love and romance; Kiedis stated, that "love and women, pregnancies and marriages, relationship struggles—those are real and profound influences on this record. And it's great, because it wasn't just me writing about the fact that I'm in love. It was everybody in the band.

We were brimming with energy based on falling in love." [218] I'm with You (2011) again featured Kiedis writing about the loss of a close friend, this time in the song "Brendan's Death Song", a tribute to club owner Brendan Mullen who gave the band some of their earliest shows and showed support to them throughout their career. Themes within Kiedis's repertoire include love and friendship, [219] [220] teenage angst, good-time aggression, [221] various sexual topics and the link between sex and music, political and social commentary ( Native American issues in particular), [222] romance, [219] [223] [224] loneliness, [225] globalization and the cons of fame and Hollywood, [226] poverty, drugs, alcohol, dealing with death, and California.

[93] Legacy The Red Hot Chili Peppers star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, unveiled in March 2022 The Chili Peppers' mix of hard rock, funk and hip hop has influenced genres such as funk metal, [227] rap metal, [228] rap rock [229] and nu metal. [230] [228] Kiedis said the band were early to combine "hardcore funk and hip-hop-style vocals", and suggested they had influenced Limp Bizkit, Kid Rock, and Linkin Park. [231] Smith said, "Certainly Anthony's singing style and voice lends itself to being unique, and nobody sounds like him.

The cool thing about it is we can play any style of music whether it's hard and fast, or loud or quiet, slow or medium, whatever it is; rock or funk, and it still sounds like us. I'm proud of that because sometimes bands don't have that strong personality where you go, 'Oh, that's boom, right away.'" [232] The Chili Peppers were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame In April 2012. The induction lineup was Kiedis, Flea, Smith, Klinghoffer, Frusciante, Slovak (represented by his brother James), Irons and Martinez; Frusciante was red hot chili pepper, but did not attend.

[117] Navarro and Sherman were not inducted; Sherman said he felt "dishonored". [233] The band performed "By the Way", "Give It Away" and "Higher Ground", which included Irons and Martinez on drums. It was the first time Kiedis and Flea had performed with Irons in more than 20 years. [234] In 2003, Rolling Stone released their first list of the " 500 Greatest Albums of All Time", with Blood Sugar Sex Magik at 310 and Californication at 399.

[235] In 2012, a revised list was released, with Californication at 401. [236] In 2020, Rolling Stone released another version of the list, with Blood Sugar Sex Magik at 186 and Californication at 286. [237] The band received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on March 31, 2022. George Clinton, Woody Harrelson and Bob Forrest unveiled the star at the ceremony.

[238] Public profile Activism In 1990, the Chili Peppers appeared in PSA ads for Rock the Vote, a non-profit organization in the United States geared toward increasing voter turnout in the United States Presidential Election among voters ages 18 to 24.

[239] The band was invited by the Beastie Boys and the Milarepa Fund to perform at the Tibetan Freedom Concert in June 1996 in San Francisco. They also performed at the June 1998 Washington, D.C. concert. The concerts, which were held worldwide, were to support the cause of Tibetan red hot chili pepper. [ citation needed] In September 2005, the band performed "Under the Bridge" at the ReAct Now: Music & Relief benefit which was held to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

The live event raised $30 million. [ citation needed] In July 2007, the band performed on behalf of former U.S. Vice President Al Gore who invited the band to perform at the London version of his Live Earth concerts which were held to raise awareness towards global warming and solving the most critical environmental issues of our time. [240] The band performed a free concert in downtown Cleveland, Ohio in April 2012 in support of President Obama's re-election campaign. The requirement for getting into the concert was agreeing to volunteer for the Obama 2012 phone bank.

The event quickly met its capacity limit after being announced. [241] In May 2013, the band performed a concert in Portland, Oregon, for the Dalai Lama as part of the Dalai Lama Environmental Summit. [242] [243] In January 2015, they performed their first show of the new year for red hot chili pepper Sean Penn & Friends Help Haiti Home fundraiser in support of the J/P Haitian Relief Organization.

[244] The band were among over 120 entertainers and celebrities to sign up and announce that they would be voting for Bernie Sanders in the 2016 presidential election in September.

[245] [246] The band performed at a fundraiser event at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach in the same month. All money was donated to A Reason To Survive (ARTS), Heartbeat Music Academy, San Diego Young Artists Red hot chili pepper Academy, and the Silverlake Conservatory of Music.

[247] In October, Kiedis and Flea hosted the annual benefit for the Silverlake Conservatory of Music. The band performed a special rare acoustic set. [248] In February 2016, the band headlined a fundraiser concert in support of Sanders. [249] In April, they performed at a private function on behalf of Facebook and Napster founder Sean Parker for his launch of The Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy. [250] Smith and Will Ferrell hosted the Red Red hot chili pepper Benefit Comedy + Music Show & Quinceanera in the same month.

The benefit featured a performance by the Chili Peppers along with comedy acts selected by Ferrell and Funny or Die. A portion of the proceeds went to Ferrell's Cancer for College and Smith's Silverlake Conservatory of Music. [251] In February 2018, Smith once again joined Ferrell at his One Classy Night benefit at the Moore Theater in Seattle to help raise money for Cancer for College.

The event raised $300,000 in college scholarship money for students who have survived cancer. [252] Sexual assault charges and allegations In 1990, Anthony Kiedis was convicted of sexual battery and indecent exposure after a concert at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, on April 21, 1989.

Kiedis exposed himself and pressed his penis to a woman’s face against her wishes. [253] [254] Also in 1990, Flea and Chad Smith were arrested on charges of battery in Daytona Beach, Florida, at a performance for MTV during spring break, with Flea also charged with disorderly conduct and solicitation to commit an unnatural and lascivious act.

Flea picked up a 20-year-old woman and threw her into the sand, while Smith forcibly removed her bathing suit and slapped her buttocks. [255] Flea allegedly demanded that she perform oral sex on him before both he and Smith were escorted off the premises by security. In a 1992 Rolling Stone interview, Flea said of the Florida incident: “I did verbally abuse her, and it was wrong [.] I will admit to that every time.

Red hot chili pepper wish I’d never done it, and it was a really stupid thing to do. I was out of control. But I did not assault anybody, and it was not sexual. It had nothing to do with red hot chili pepper [256] [257] The arrests led to the State University of New York at New Paltz banning the band from performing a free scheduled concert. [258] In Kiedis's autobiography Scar Tissue, he admitted to having sexual relations with a 14-year-old fan who was the daughter of a Louisiana police chief despite her telling Kiedis she was underage.

He wrote the song "Catholic School Girls Rule" about the incident. [253] In 1986, Kiedis dated the 16-year old Ione Skye, daughter of Donovan, despite her being below the age of consent in California. [259] In 2016, former music executive Julie Farman penned an essay in which she discussed being sexually harassed by two members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers in 1991.

[260] [261] [256] Members Main article: List of Red Hot Chili Peppers band members Current • Anthony Kiedis – lead vocals (1983–present) • Flea – bass, backing vocals (1983–present), trumpet (1988–present), piano (2011–present) • John Frusciante – guitars, backing vocals (1988–1992, 1998–2009, 2019–present), keyboards red hot chili pepper, 2019–present) • Chad Smith – drums, percussion (1988–present) Former • Hillel Slovak – guitars, backing vocals (1983, 1985–1988) (died 1988) • Jack Irons – drums, backing vocals (1983, 1986–1988) • Cliff Martinez – drums (1983–1986) • Jack Sherman – guitars, backing vocals (1983–1984) (died 2020) • DeWayne McKnight – guitars, backing vocals (1988) • D.

H. Peligro (Darren Henley) – drums (1988) • Arik Marshall – red hot chili pepper, backing vocals (1992–1993) • Jesse Tobias – guitars, backing vocals (1993) • Dave Navarro – guitars, backing vocals (1993–1998) • Josh Klinghoffer – guitars, keyboards, backing vocals (2009–2019; touring 2007) Awards and nominations Main articles: Red Hot Chili Peppers discography and list of recorded songs • The Red Hot Chili Peppers (1984) • Freaky Styley (1985) • The Uplift Mofo Party Plan (1987) • Mother's Milk (1989) • Blood Sugar Sex Magik (1991) • One Hot Minute (1995) • Californication (1999) • By the Way (2002) • Stadium Arcadium (2006) • I'm with You (2011) • The Getaway (2016) • Unlimited Love (2022) Tours • Red Hot Chili Peppers red hot chili pepper Tour (1983) • Red Hot Chili Peppers 1984 Tour (1984) • Freaky Styley Tour (1985–1986) • The Uplift Mofo Party Tour (1987–1988) • Turd Town Tour (1988) • Mother's Milk Tour (1989–1990) • Blood Sugar Sex Magik Tour (1991–1993) • Tour de La Sensitive (1994) • One Hot Minute Tour (1995–1997) • Californication Tour (1999–2000) • Red Hot Chili Peppers 2001 Tour (2001) • By the Way World Tour (2002–2003) • Roll on the Red Tour (2004) • Stadium Arcadium World Tour (2006–2007) • I'm With You World Tour (2011–2013) • Red Hot Chili Peppers 2013/2014 Tour (2013–2014) • The Getaway World Tour (2016–2017) • 2022 Global Stadium Tour (2022) See also • List of artists who reached number one on the U.S.

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